Treasure fourth in women’s high jump final; #GC2018 comes to an end tomorrow in Gold Coast

It was a quiet day for Canada at Carrara Stadium with only one Canadian athlete in action.

Alyxandria Treasure, in her first Commonwealth Games appearance, would enter the women’s high jump final at 1.75 metres. With many of her teammates cheering her on, she’d go on the clear 1.91 metres in a battle for Bronze with Australia’s Nicola McDermott. Tied with one attempt left, both athletes would exit the competition after failing to clear 1.93 metres. McDermott would ultimately claim the Bronze medal with the fewest misses throughout the competition, leaving Treasure one spot off the podium.

The final day of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games gets underway tomorrow at 6:10 a.m. local time (4:10 p.m. ET, April 14) with the T54 marathon, which will feature Canada’s Alexandre Dupont (Gold in the men’s T54 1,500-metes), Jessica Frotten, Diane Roy (Bronze in the women’s T54 1,500-metres) and Tristan Smyth.

Alyxandria Treasure(4th place) following the women’s high jump final

 On today’s heartbreaking 4th-place finish
“I’m proud of the way I competed, but it still hurts. Fourth-place is one of the hardest positions to be in, especially being tied at the same bar.”

Photo of the day, courtesy of Roger Sedres

Alysha Newman is all smiles after receiving her Gold medal.

Top 8 finishes
Alexandre Dupont, T54 1500m – Gold
Christabel Nettey, long jump – Gold
Alysha Newman, pole vault – Gold
Mohammed Ahmed, 5,000m – Silver
Mohammed Ahmed, 10,000m – Silver
Shawnacy Barber, pole vault – Silver
Aaron Brown, 200m – Silver
Pierce LePage, decathlon – Silver
Nina Schultz, heptathlon – Silver
Brittany Crew, shot put – Bronze
Django Lovett, high jump – Bronze
Tim Nedow, shot put – Bronze
Diane Roy, T54 1500m – Bronze
Sultana Frizell, hammer throw – 4th
Elizabeth Gleadle, javelin throw – 4th
Matt Hughes, 3,000m steeplechase – 4th
Adam Keenan, hammer throw – 4th
Benjamin Thorne, 20km race walk – 4th
Alyxandria Treasure, high jump – 4th
Crystal Emmanuel, 200m – 5th
Sage Watson, 400mH – 5th
Natasha Wodak, 10,000 metres – 5th
Angela Whyte, heptathlon – 5th
David Bambrick, F38 shot put – 6th
Michael Mason, high jump – 6th
Niki Oudenaarden, heptathlon – 6th
Deryk Theodore, pole vault – 6th
Genevieve Lalonde, 3,000m steeplechase – 7th
Anicka Newell, pole vault – 7th
Tristan Smyth, T54 1500 – 7th
Kevin Strybosch, F38 shot put – 7th
Evan Dunfee, 20km wace walk – 8th
Taryn Suttie, shot put – 8th 

A look at what’s on tap tomorrow in Gold Coast:
6:10 a.m. (4:10 p.m. ET, April 14) – Men’s and Women’s T54 Marathon (Alexandre Dupont/Jessica Frotten/Tristan Smyth/Diane Roy)

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